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TDE's 'Black Panther' soundtrack No. 1 for second week, Nipsey Hussle scores top debut

Cali's finest holds court on the Billboard 200.

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Kendrick Lamar and TDE continue to stretch its dominance, securing a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with Black Panther: The Album.

The soundtrack to the record-breaking film, which roared past $700 million worldwide in its second week, returns to album chart penthouse with 131,000 units sold, as per Billboard.

Styles P, Stephen A. Smith, Quavo, Kenny Smith, and others react to this weekend's blockbuster film 'Black Panther.'

Elsewhere on the charts, Migos' Culture II lands at No. 2 with 64,000 units. The hit album from the trio jumps two spots from last week's No. 4 slot. Taking up the group's former spot is Nipsey Hussle with his long-awaited first studio album, Victory Lap, picking up 53,000 units. This is the rapper's first entry on the Billboard 200 chart. Nip proudly commemorated his feat on Twitter, promising more music videos and a tour.

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